Okay so here's some questions that I need answered.
So did Kevin Flynn die or did the fact that Sam took Kevin's disc with him kind of prove that he could somehow respawn back in the digital world? And was Kevin's disc information supposed to be the information we saw Sam putting on his little USB necklace at the send?
Also, wouldn't the whole digital world being wiped out mean that even the Sea of Simulation, where we assume Tron still is, is wiped out too? and say Tron did get wiped out, couldn't Alan Bradley just recreate another Tron program with more advanced capabilities? Or maybe that's what this Tron already is, I mean we'd probably assume it's already an upgraded version of the original.
And finally, not really a question, but I'm so glad Quorra survived, mainly because she's hot lol. Just wish they could've added Gem in the pack. And Daft Punk. I guess that leads to another question. Since Daft Punk was in the End of the Line Club during the explosion and the re-integration process (from what we know), does that mean that they died too?
I like to think way too into this, but I think it's fun breaking the plot down lol.
I kind of feel like Encom didn't get enough movie time. It almost made it seem to me like it wasn't important to the plot of the movie like the original, though in truth that seems to be true. There was nothing this time linking Encom to the virtual world. There was no Master Control Program controlling the system. Somehow I think it would've made more sense if Clu was the new "Master Control" in a sense, partnered with Encom. I'm not sure how'd they'd work that in with the plot but besides the fact that Kevin Flynn had a lot of influence in the company, the Encom scene seemed really loose to the whole plot. They didn't really explain Dillinger and how he stole Kevin's ideas either.
Oh, and the Tron Legacy Soundtrack is now #1 on iTunes!